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Rashonda Ambrose

Rashonda Ambrose

Marketing Director

Rashonda Ambrose is an marketing director for the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD), which is committed to improving the lives of all people with learning difficulties and disabilities. Rashonda drives strategic marketing initiatives to promote NCLD tools and resources that have been specially designed to enable parents to better manage their children’s learning and attention issues.

Over the last decade, Rashonda has held public relations, consumer and B2B marketing roles primarily within the healthcare industry. Her product management experience is both domestic and global, and ranges from base business management to new product development and commercialization, and includes a portfolio of iconic OTC brands including Advil PM, Centrum, and Preparation H.

Rashonda earned a B.A. from Simmons College and an M.B.A. from the Darden School of Business Administration at the University of Virginia. She is an actively engaged Simmons alumna, having held several volunteer leadership roles on both the Alumnae Executive Board and the African American Alumnae Association, most recently serving as the co-chair of the 2013 Simmons College African Alumnae Alumnae/i Symposium. Rashonda has recently been invited to serve on the marketing and communications committee for Women of the Dream, Inc., a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing services to enable African American girls to achieve their fullest potential and lead purposeful, healthy lives.

From the blog

Student Voices Update: Young Adults Visit NCLD Offices to Talk About Support They Need After High School

Last year, NCLD surveyed more than 1,200 young adults with and without identified learning and attention issues, to understand what factors contributed to their success after high school. The results of this nationwide survey formed the basis of our Student Voices report. Our findings revealed that a supportive home life, connection to friends and community, […]

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